The happy hour brings in lots of locals and the food is very good. We had the fish and chips as well as the corn beef special. For the happy hour we certainly did an Irish.
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Tried it for the first time one Friday night and was back the next with our daughter. Great beef barley and french onion soup and reasonable prices for those too. Tried the Chicken Pot Pie and it was delicious except I didnt realize it had...More
vert good food & a friendly service & atmosphere had a great time & friendly conversation with the locals. i would differently go back again. tom
What more could you ask for family, food and entertainment. Our dinner was superb, great music, friendly staff and cost effective. Family of 5 ate and drank for under $100. This place can't be beat. Will definitely come back when in the area. 👍👍
Got here at a bad time. Too late for lunch and too early for dinner. The bartender greeted us when we entered and said to sit anywhere we wanted. The only thing was she never told the server who was smoking somewhere. Potato soup was...More
Have eaten here on a number of occasions and enjoyed it. Great bar area -- a real old fashioned bar -- worth the trip to see it. Nice beer selection. Two dining areas separated from the bar which also has tables if you want to...More
Fun! Fun! Fun! Celebrate St. Patty's day and submerge yourself in Irishness! the music. the dance. the libations! Fun!
Stopped here for lunch which this establishment was easily located off of Jimmies Leeds Road between the GSP and Route #9. Nice atmosphere and some nostalgic items. Nice menu selections and prices were reasonable. Had the Sheppard's Pie which was average in taste and portion....More